My Journal Started As One Thing And Went Off The Rails Continued


@Neli, here’s my journal.


That is looking awesome.
I wish One day they will find a way that pictures will deliver smell :wink:.
i will continue to follow your journal.


@Myfriendis410 just catching up on my reading buddy your killing it nice work kiddo
Everything looks great


Thanks for shortstopping me haha!


Just went back and re-read the whole grow just freaking awesome​:+1::ok_hand::v:


Thanks! Ya gotta understand though: I’m retired, so I can futz with this stuff. It’s been fun.


real nice wish i had some like that blsssd wooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww


I had to come back to this thread tonite just to look at those pics again… epic grow dude.


@Myfriendis410 What did you spray for the the mildew. Just wondering?


Looking great my friend!


I have a product from the garden shop recommended. But baking soda is the main component. Mildew likes acidic conditions and baking soda is very alkaline so it can’t survive around it. 2 tsp per gallon. Won’t hurt the plant or the flowers.


@Myfriendis410 skim milk works great won’t hurt anything it’s a natural fungicide actually good for the plant…mix 1 part milk and 9 parts water …


I forgot about using skim milk! Same principle.


Looking utterly awesome, Buddy. It must smell fantastic too.

Have you avoided the mildew problem?


No, I’m starting to spray for powdery mildew, and broke down and bought a dehumidifier. Especially with the rainy season coming.


Boy, do we have opposite problems. If I did nothing the relative humidity would be around 20%. Similar to you and a dehumidifier, I do not want to run a humidifier so I have water all over in the tent. Even then, I can’t get it much over 40%. Can you send some moisture this way? Oh, and a little heat would also be welcome. Lastly, if you need a place to dry those buds I would be happy to help!


It would be nice to have a little balance lol. May I ask generally where are you? I’m in California north of Santa Barbara along the coast.


Midwest. Near Canada. Heating the cold air takes all the moisture out.


I’ll be moving to Colorado in 3 years so will be faced with the same problems along with 7,000 foot elevation.


Well, I think dryness is actually easier to deal with than moisture. And I think it is easer to add heat than it is to cool. So, maybe it will be easier for you. However, I have no idea how much elevation matters. I believe I am at about 1,200 ft.